119th United States CBC Highest Counts of Individuals

United States Christmas Bird Counts reported 661 species, 62 infraspecific forms, seven count week species, and 44 exotics.  New for the U.S. was a Great Black Hawk at Greater Portland, ME, and a Little Stint in San Diego, CA.  The black hawk was originally found during spring in South Texas and later rediscovered in Maine.

Except for California’s normal dominance of the High Counts, high tallies were more widely spread across the states with 43 having at least one.  California led all states with 138 species, 17 forms, and 17 exotics.   Florida had a great season and came in 2nd with 97 species, six forms, and 18 exotics.  Texas placed 3rd with 87 species, three forms, and five exotics, and was followed by Arizona with 75 species, seven forms and one exotic, Hawai’i with 62 species, six forms and one exotic, Oregon  with 22 species and two forms, Massachusetts with 19 species and two forms, Washington with 19 species, Alaska 18 species and two forms, Louisiana with 18 species and one form, New York with 14 species and two forms.  All other States had less than 13 high counts.

Gainesville, FL, led the Nation for the first time with the highest counts for 17 species.  Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh, TX, was 2nd with 14 species, and Atascosa Highlands, AZ, and Midway Atoll, HI, were 3rd with 12 species and one form.   They were followed by San Diego, CA, and Kendall Area, FL, with 12 species, Sherman Island, CA, with 11 species, Tucson Valley, AZ, Honolulu, HI, and Anzalduas-Bentsen, TX, with 10 species, Volcano, HI, and Harlingen, TX, with nine species, Ramsey Canyon, AZ, Long Pine Key, FL, and North Kona, HI, with eight species, Kapa’a, HI, with seven species and two forms, and Gila River, AZ, and Sequim-Dungeness, WA, with seven species.  All other CBCs had six or fewer high counts.

All-time high counts were made for 43 species/forms this season.  Twenty-one of these exceeded records that were made during the last four seasons which is the norm.  Expanding populations/more experienced surveyors tend to progressively get better/higher.  However, it is rare to break records that were made over 30 years ago and never topped.  Habitat changes/population declines make it difficult to replicate those “Good Old Days”.  Sometimes with increasing numbers of birders, improved technologies, bumper breeding seasons, favorable weather patterns and/or starting new CBCs this occasionally happens. Three 30+ year old records were tied or broken three times this season.  St. George, UT, tied six other counts with one Western Wood-Pewee; three from California and three from Texas.  The last reported was 30-years ago.  The 32 Western Tanagers reported by San Diego, CA, topped the 28 reported by Santa Barbara 34 years ago.  The oldest record to fall was 451 Townsend’s Solitaires reported at Boulder, CO, 41 years ago.  Penrose, CO, had 631 this season. 

Black-bellied Whistling-Duck 3707 (TX, Weslaco), Fulvous Whistling-Duck 135 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora), Swan Goose 10 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Tundra Bean-Goose 1 (OR, Corvallis), Pink-footed Goose 1 (NY, L.I.: Queens), Greater White-fronted Goose 52,710 (CA, Sherman Island), Graylag Goose 27 ex (CA, Los Angeles), Emperor Goose 998 (AK, Kodiak), Snow Goose 75,000 (MO, Loess Bluffs [formerly Squaw Creek] N.W.R.), Ross's Goose 29,819 (CA, Merced N.W.R.), Brant (Atlantic) 17,708 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Brant (Black) 2646 (CA, Western Sonoma County), Barnacle Goose cw (PA, Western Chester County), Cackling Goose 39,865 (OR, Sauvie Island), Cackling (Aleutian) Goose 16,045 (CA, Caswell-Westley), Canada Goose 97,344 (NY, Saratoga Spa S.P.), Hawaiian Goose 559 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Mute Swan 622 (MI, Rockwood), Black Swan 4 ex (FL, Lakeland), Black-necked Swan 2 ex (FL, Lakeland), Trumpeter Swan 3725 (WA, Skagit Bay), Tundra Swan 28,778 (NC, Pettigrew S.P.), Tundra Swan (Bewick's) 2 (CA, Mammoth Lakes), Egyptian Goose 150 (FL, Fort Lauderdale), 82 ex (TX, New Braunfels).

Muscovy Duck 810 (FL, Kendall Area), Muscovy Duck 105 ex (TX, Houston [Central]), Wood Duck 650 (FL, Gainesville), Mandarin Duck 40 ex (CA, Sonoma Valley), Gadwall 12,050 (MO, Mingo N.W.R.), Eurasian Wigeon 24 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness; WA, Kitsap County), American Wigeon 17,217 (CA, Peace Valley), American Black Duck 5812 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Mallard 83,000 (MO, [Horton] Four Rivers), 141 ex (TX, Abilene), Mallard (Mexican) 71 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Mottled Duck 134 (FL, South Brevard County), Hawaiian Duck 434 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a) Laysan Duck 580  (HI, Midway Atoll), Blue-winged Teal 6000 (FL, Merritt Island N.W.R.), Cinnamon Teal 595 (CA, Sacramento), Northern Shoveler 11,943 (CA, Caswell-Westley), Northern Pintail 50,685 (CA, Marysville), Green-winged (Eurasian) Teal 53 (AK, Shemya Island), Green-winged (American) Teal 6510 (OR, Corvallis).

Red-crested Pochard 2 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale), Canvasback 21,204 (MI, Rockwood), Redhead 114,060 (TX, Kenedy County Wind Turbines), Ring-necked Duck 8000 (SC, Ace Basin), Tufted Duck 1 (AK, Cordova; CA, Santa Barbara; CT, Westport; MA, Nantucket; MN, Duluth; NY, Conesus-Hemlock-Honeoye Lakes; RI, South Kingstown), Greater Scaup 23,842 (WA, Wahkiakum), Lesser Scaup 17,000 (FL, Alafia Banks), Steller's Eider 164 (AK, Narrow Cape-Kalsin Bay), King Eider 2 (MA, Buzzards Bay; NJ, Oceanville; NY, L.I.: Orient), Common Eider 20,043 (MA, Nantucket), Common (Dresser's) Eider 1502 (ME, Mount Desert Island), Harlequin Duck 1004 (AK, Unalaska Island), Surf Scoter 5333 (CA, Crystal Springs), White-winged Scoter 2806 (NY, L.I.: Montauk), White-winged (North American) Scoter 7 (CA, Tall Trees), Black Scoter 4004 (MD, St. Michaels), Long-tailed Duck 7140 (MA, Nantucket), Bufflehead 6133 (NJ, Barnegat), Common Goldeneye 7095 (CA, Benicia), Barrow's Goldeneye 1989 (ID, Lewiston-Clarkston), Hooded Merganser 899 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Common Merganser 31,229 (NE, Harlan County), Red-breasted Merganser 3398 (MI, Holland), Ruddy Duck 17,381 (CA, Palo Alto).

Plain Chachalaca 86 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Helmeted Guineafowl 15 ex (FL, Dade County), Mountain Quail 19 (CA, Idyllwild), Scaled Quail 250 (CO, Pueblo Reservoir), California Quail 5222 (OR, Burns), Gambel's Quail 843 (AZ, Carefree), Northern Bobwhite 63 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R.), Montezuma Quail 71 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Indian Peafowl 60 ex (FL, Cocoa), Indian Peafowl 94 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Chukar 60 (ID, Howe), Erckel's Francolin 51 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Black Francolin 22 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Gray Francolin 27 (HI, Lana'i; Lana'i City), Red Junglefowl 281 (HI, Kaua'i: Waimea), Red Junglefowl 105 ex (FL, Key West), Ring-necked Pheasant  359 (SD, Sand Lake N.W.R.), Kalij Pheasant 31 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Gray Partridge 86 (ND, Fargo-Moorhead), Ruffed Grouse 37 (MN, Duluth), Greater Sage-Grouse 178 (WY, Bates Hole), Spruce Grouse 8 (AK, Healy), Willow Ptarmigan 89 (AK, Nome), Rock Ptarmigan 7 (AK, Kodiak), White-tailed Ptarmigan 2 (AK, Denali N.P.), Dusky Grouse 4 (CO, Steamboat Springs), Sooty Grouse 3 (OR, Airlie), Sharp-tailed Grouse 83 (ND, Arrowwood N.W.R.), Greater Prairie-Chicken 228 (NE, Beaver Valley), Greater (Attwater's) Prairie-Chicken 10 (TX, Attwater Prairie Chicken N.W.R.), Wild Turkey 710 (WA, Chewelah).

Red-throated Loon 6788 (VA, Cape Charles), Arctic Loon 1 (WA, Neah Bay), Pacific Loon 1616 (OR, Coos Bay), Common Loon 496 (NY, L.I.: Montauk), Yellow-billed Loon 2 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Least Grebe 47 (TX, Kingsville), Pied-billed Grebe 1417 (AL, Guntersville), Horned Grebe 686 (LA, St. Tammany Parish), Red-necked Grebe 175 (MI, Beulah), Eared Grebe 9094 (CA, Salton Sea [north]), Western Grebe 7940 (CA, Clear Lake), Clark's Grebe 2516 (CA, Clear Lake), American Flamingo 1 (FL, St. Marks), 250 ex (FL, Dade County),  Greater Flamingo 1 ex (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Laysan Albatross 593,664 (HI, Midway Atoll), Black-footed Albatross 26,108 (HI, Midway Atoll), Short-tailed Albatross 1 (HI, Midway Atoll), Northern Fulmar 48 (ME, Jordan Basin, Gulf of Maine), Bonin Petrel 10  (HI, Midway Atoll), Cory's Shearwater cw (FL, West Palm Beach), Wedge-tailed Shearwater 1 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Buller's Shearwater 1 (CA, San Diego), Sooty Shearwater 1 (OR, Coos Bay), Short-tailed Shearwater 18 (OR, Coos Bay), Manx Shearwater 1 (MA, Cape Cod), Black-vented Shearwater 1135 (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula), Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel cw (OR, Lincoln City).

White-tailed Tropicbird 9 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Red-tailed Tropicbird 19 (HI, Midway Atoll), Wood Stork 2300 (FL, STA5-Clewiston), Magnificent Frigatebird 152 (FL, Crocodile Lake N.W.R.), Great Frigatebird 215 (HI, Maui: Hana), Masked Booby 41 (FL, Dry Tortugas N.P.), Brown Booby 63 (HI,  Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Brown (Brewster's) Booby 1 (HI, Midway Atoll), Red-footed Booby 850 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Northern Gannet 2893 (NC, Southport-Bald Head-Oak Islands), Brandt's Cormorant 2629 (CA, San Diego), Neotropic Cormorant 2447 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Double-crested Cormorant 65,000 (NC, Portsmouth Island), Great Cormorant 140 (MA, Cape Ann), Red-faced Cormorant 46 (AK, Shemya Island), Pelagic Cormorant 425 (WA, Tacoma), Anhinga 600 (FL, Lakeland), American White Pelican 2411 (CA, Clear Lake), Brown Pelican 1907 (CA, Crystal Springs), American Bittern 24 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Least Bittern 20 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Great Blue (blue form) Heron 1165 (FL, Ten Thousand Islands), Great Blue (white form) Heron 66 (FL, Key Largo-Plantation Key), Great Blue (Wurdemann's) Heron 2 (FL, Key West), Great Egret 850 (FL, Ten Thousand Islands), Snowy Egret 650 (FL, Cocoa), Little Blue Heron 500 (FL, Gainesville), Tricolored Heron 393 (GA, Cumberland Island), Reddish Egret 280 (TX, Kenedy County Wind Turbines), Cattle Egret 2881 (CA, Salton Sea [south]), Green Heron 110 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Black-crowned Night-Heron 992 (SC, Lowcountry), Yellow-crowned Night-Heron 47 (FL, St. Petersburg), White Ibis 20,535 (LA, White Lake), Glossy Ibis 800 (FL, Venice-Englewood), White-faced Ibis 44,023 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Roseate Spoonbill 258 (TX, Jackson-Calhoun Counties).

Black Vulture 2450 (FL, Cocoa), Turkey Vulture 8200 (FL, Cocoa), California Condor 20 (CA, Pinnacles N.M.), Osprey 300 (FL, Sanibel-Captiva), White-tailed Kite 115 (CA, Benicia), Hook-billed Kite 2 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Golden Eagle 45 (CA, Eastern Alameda County), Snail Kite 41 (FL, Kissimmee Valley), Mississippi Kite cw (FL, Long Pine Key), Northern Harrier 166 (CA, Benicia), Sharp-shinned Hawk 21 (CA, Moss Landing), Cooper's Hawk 98 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Northern Goshawk 8 (AK, Fairbanks), Bald Eagle 844 (AK, Soldotna), Common Black Hawk 1 (AZ, Sedona; CA, Santa Rosa), Great Black Hawk 1 NEW (ME, Greater Portland), Harris's Hawk 59 (TX, Harlingen), White-tailed Hawk 25 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Gray Hawk 20 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Red-shouldered Hawk 250 (FL, Gainesville), Broad-winged Hawk 23 (FL, Key Largo-Plantation Key), Hawaiian Hawk 4 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Short-tailed Hawk 15 (FL, Kendall Area), Swainson's Hawk 1 (CA, Merced N.W.R., Thousand Oaks and Wallace-Bellota; IL, Quincy; SD, Pierre; TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen and San Bernard N.W.R.), Zone-tailed Hawk 2 (TX, Del Rio and Lost Pines), Red-tailed Hawk 372 (CA, Sherman Island), Red-tailed Hawk (Harlan's) 13 (CO, Boulder), Red-tailed Hawk (Krider's) 3 (LA, Sweet Lake-Cameron Prairie N.W.R. and White Lake), Rough-legged Hawk 290 (ID, Howe), Ferruginous Hawk 23 (CA, Etna, Mount Shasta and Western Sonoma County).

Yellow Rail 8 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh and San Bernard N.W.R.), Black Rail 24 (CA, Cheep Thrills), Ridgway's (San Francisco Bay) Rail 37 (CA, Oakland), Ridgway's (Yuma) Rail 8 (AZ, Martinez Lake-Yuma), King Rail 39 (LA, Sweet Lake-Cameron Prairie N.W.R.), Clapper (Atlantic Coast) Rail 187 (GA, Harris Neck N.W.R.), Clapper (Gulf Coast) Rail 39 (FL, St. Marks), Virginia Rail 111 (CA, Benicia), Sora 74 (CA, Benicia), Purple Gallinule 91 (FL, Emeralda-Sunnyhill), Gray-headed Swamphen 41 (FL, STA5-Clewiston), Common Gallinule 1300 (FL, Gainesville), Common (Hawaiian) Gallinule 294 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Hawaiian Coot 255 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), American Coot 50,242 (CA, Sherman Island), Limpkin 544 (FL, Gainesville), Sandhill Crane 13,164    (AL, Wheeler N.W.R.), Whooping Crane 160  (TX, Aransas N.W.R.).

Black-necked Stilt 1226 (CA, San Jose), Black-necked (Hawaiian) Stilt 318 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), American Avocet 6168 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), American Oystercatcher 1185 (FL, Cedar Key), Black Oystercatcher 139 (CA, Fort Bragg), Black-bellied Plover 3230 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Pacific Golden-Plover 406 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Snowy Plover 233 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Wilson's Plover 48 (GA, St. Catherines Island), Semipalmated Plover 1554 (SC, Sea Islands), Piping Plover 152 (TX, Port Aransas), Killdeer 4294 (CA, Sherman Island), Mountain Plover 160 (CA, Salton Sea [south]), Spotted Sandpiper 56 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Solitary Sandpiper 3 (TX, Freeport), Wandering Tattler 13 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Greater Yellowlegs 451 (CA, Lincoln), Willet 3638 (TX, Kenedy County Wind Turbines), Lesser Yellowlegs 391 (GA, Savannah, GA-SC), Whimbrel 59 (CA, Santa Barbara), Bristle-thighed Curlew 40 (HI, Midway Atoll), Long-billed Curlew 5402 (CA, Salton Sea [south]), Marbled Godwit 2506 (CA, Western Sonoma County), Ruddy Turnstone 461 (HI, Midway Atoll), Black Turnstone 450 (WA, Port Townsend).            

Red Knot 375 (FL, North Pinellas), Surfbird 104 (CA, San Francisco), Stilt Sandpiper 309 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Sanderling 1281 (WA, Leadbetter Point), Dunlin 26,298 (TX, Kenedy County Wind Turbines), Rock Sandpiper 30,000 (AK, Soldotna; estimate extrapolated), Purple Sandpiper 94 (ME, York County), Little Stint 2 NEW (CA, San Diego), Least Sandpiper 7447 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Pectoral Sandpiper 2 (FL, St. Marks), Semipalmated Sandpiper 2 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Western Sandpiper 22,131 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Short-billed Dowitcher 1295 (LA, Grand Isle), Long-billed Dowitcher 5231 (TX, Attwater Prairie Chicken N.W.R.), Wilson's Snipe 286 (CA, Sherman Island), American Woodcock 69 (GA, Carter's Lake), Wilson's Phalarope 2 (TX, Freeport), Red Phalarope 45 (CA, San Diego).

Pomarine Jaeger 10 (FL, Daytona Beach), Parasitic Jaeger 16 (FL, Daytona Beach), Dovekie 4682 (MA, Cape Ann), Common Murre 9152 (CA, Del Norte County), Thick-billed Murre 6 (MA, Cape Ann), Razorbill 3535 (NY, L.I.: Central Suffolk County), Black Guillemot 66 (ME, Eastport), Pigeon Guillemot 283 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Marbled Murrelet 204 (AK, Hoonah), Ancient Murrelet 1064 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Cassin's Auklet 19 (OR, Lincoln City), Parakeet Auklet cw (OR, Lincoln City), Crested Auklet 152 (AK, Kodiak), Rhinoceros Auklet 85 (CA, Santa Cruz County), Atlantic Puffin 34 (MA, Cape Ann), Black-legged Kittiwake 216 (MA, Cape Ann), Bonaparte's Gull 2785 (NY, Buffalo), Black-headed Gull 4 (DE, Cape Henlopen-Prime Hook), Little Gull 2 (OH, Caesar Creek-Spring Valley), Laughing Gull 25,000 (FL, Ponce Inlet), Franklin's Gull 16 (TX, Coastal Tip), Heermann's Gull 352 (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula), Mew Gull 2814 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), Ring-billed Gull 180,000 (CA, Salton Sea [south]), Western Gull 3745 (CA, San Francisco), Yellow-footed Gull 1 (CA, Salton Sea [north]), California Gull 7710 (CA, San Francisco), Herring Gull 36,156 (PA, Southern Bucks County), Thayer's Gull 180 (CA, East Contra Costa County), Iceland Gull 49 (MA, Nantucket), Iceland (Kumlieni) Gull 8 (MA, Cape Ann), Lesser Black-backed Gull 500 (NC, Cape Hatteras), Glaucous-winged Gull 2677 (OR, Tillamook Bay), Glaucous Gull 120 (AK, Nome), Great Black-backed Gull 4013 (MA, Cape Cod), Brown Noddy 67 (HI, Midway Atoll), Black (melanogenys) Noddy 182 (HI, Maui: Hana), White Tern 1216 (HI, Midway Atoll), Sooty Tern 35 (HI, Midway Atoll), Least Tern 1 (TX, Coastal Tip), Gull-billed Tern 66 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Caspian Tern 174 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R.), Common Tern 10 (TX, Galveston), Forster's Tern 1222 (VA, Back Bay N.W.R.), Royal Tern 1260 (FL, Merritt Island N.W.R.), Sandwich Tern 305 (FL, Sanibel-Captiva), Black Skimmer 1000 (FL, Naples).

Rock (feral) Pigeon 7314 (NV, Carson City), White-crowned Pigeon 44 (FL, Long Pine Key), Band-tailed Pigeon 1854 (CA, Oakhurst), Eurasian Collared-Dove 3551 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Spotted Dove 358 (HI, Hawai'i: Hilo), Zebra Dove 1860 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Inca Dove 80 (TX, Weslaco), Common Ground-Dove 450 (FL, Venice-Englewood), Ruddy Ground-Dove 1 (AZ, Gila River), White-tipped Dove 41 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), White-winged Dove 7516 (NM, Las Cruces), Mourning Dove 4938 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Yellow-billed Cuckoo 1 (FL, Sarasota), Mangrove Cuckoo 1 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P., Kendall Area and Key Largo-Plantation Key), Greater Roadrunner 34 (AZ, Gila River), Smooth-billed Ani 1 (FL, Alafia Banks, Bay Lake, Dade County, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Key Largo-Plantation Key and St. Augustine), Groove-billed Ani 20 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R.).

Barn Owl 54 (TX, Bolivar Peninsula), Western Screech-Owl 60 (CO, Grand Junction), Eastern Screech-Owl 75 (NY, Rochester), Whiskered Screech-Owl 9 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Great Horned Owl 70 (CA, Putah Creek), Snowy Owl 29 (MI, Rudyard), Northern Hawk Owl 4 (AK, Healy), Northern Pygmy-Owl 6 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Burrowing Owl 70 (FL, Fort Myers), Spotted Owl 6 (CA, Santa Barbara), Spotted (Mexican) Owl 2 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Barred Owl 50 (FL, Gainesville), Great Gray Owl 3 (ID, Teton Valley), Long-eared Owl 42 (MT, Missoula), Short-eared Owl 16 (OR, Corvallis), Short-eared (Hawaiian) Owl cw (HI, Midway Atoll), Boreal Owl 1 (AK, Shageluk), Northern Saw-whet Owl 22 (MA, Nantucket), Lesser Nighthawk 3 (FL, Econlockhatchee), Common Pauraque 14 (TX, Weslaco), Common Poorwill 5 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Chuck-will's-widow 1 (FL, Aripeka-Bayport, Cedar Key, Crocodile Lake N.W.R., Gainesville and Key Largo-Plantation Key; LA, New Orleans and Venice; SC, Charleston; TX, Freeport, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh, San Bernard N.W.R.), Eastern Whip-poor-will 4 (FL, Gainesville).

Vaux's Swift 11 (CA, Sonoma Valley), White-throated Swift 437 (CA, San Jacinto Lake), Rivoli’s Hummingbird 8 (AZ, Portal), Blue-throated Hummingbird 17 (AZ, Portal), Ruby-throated Hummingbird 102 (FL, Kendall Area), Black-chinned Hummingbird 4 (TX, Freeport), Anna's Hummingbird 1271 (CA, San Francisco), Costa's Hummingbird 110 (CA, Anza-Borrego Desert), Broad-tailed Hummingbird 2 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Rufous Hummingbird 8 (LA, Baton Rouge), Allen's Hummingbird 530 (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Calliope Hummingbird 2 (LA, Baton Rouge), Broad-billed Hummingbird 34 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Buff-bellied Hummingbird 18 (TX, Harlingen), Violet-crowned Hummingbird 2 (AZ, Patagonia and Ramsey Canyon), Elegant Trogon 4 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands and Nogales), Ringed Kingfisher 12 (TX, Laredo), Belted Kingfisher 100 (FL, Gainesville), Green Kingfisher 13 (TX, Laredo).

Lewis's Woodpecker 112 (OR, Tygh Valley), Red-headed Woodpecker 328 (MO, [Horton] Four Rivers), Acorn Woodpecker 678 (CA, Eastern Alameda County), Gila Woodpecker 444 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Golden-fronted Woodpecker 389 (TX, Harlingen), Red-bellied Woodpecker 703 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Williamson's Sapsucker 4 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon; CA, Idyllwild; TX, Davis Mountains), Yellow-bellied Sapsucker 115 (FL, Gainesville), Red-naped Sapsucker 40 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Red-breasted Sapsucker 44 (OR, Portland), Ladder-backed Woodpecker 100 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Nuttall's Woodpecker 240 (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Downy Woodpecker 749 (MA, Concord), Hairy Woodpecker 196 (OH, Ragersville), Arizona Woodpecker 18 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Red-cockaded Woodpecker 37 (NC, Southern Pines), White-headed Woodpecker 31 (CA, Yosemite N.P.), American Three-toed Woodpecker 5 (MT, Glacier N.P.), Black-backed Woodpecker 9 (MN, Isabella), Northern (Red-shafted) Flicker 426 (OR, Portland), Northern (Yellow-shafted) Flicker 307 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Gilded Flicker 72 (AZ, Carefree), Pileated Woodpecker 130 (FL, Gainesville).

Crested Caracara 240 (TX, Brazos Bend), American Kestrel 203 (ID, Nampa), Merlin 15 (CA, San Jose), Aplomado Falcon 4 (TX, Coastal Tip), Gyrfalcon 1 (CO, Loveland; ID, Howe; MT, Fort Peck; NY, Owego; WA, Everett-Marysville, Sequim-Dungeness and Skagit Bay), Peregrine Falcon 20 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), Prairie Falcon 31 (ID, Howe), Tanimbar Corella 2 ex (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Cockatiel 1 ex (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Rose-ringed Parakeet 44 (CA, Bakersfield), Budgerigar 1 ex (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Rosy-faced Lovebird 5 ex (AZ, Carefree), Monk Parakeet 344 (TX, Austin), White-winged Parakeet 70 (FL, Dade County), Yellow-chevroned Parakeet 64 ex (CA, Los Angeles), Scaly-headed Parrot 1 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Red-crowned Parrot 868 (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Lilac-crowned Parrot 250 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Red-lored Parrot 36 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Yellow-headed Parrot 4 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Turquoise-fronted Parrot 8 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Orange-winged Parrot 33 ex (FL, Dade County), Nanday Parakeet 175 (FL, Fort De Soto), 262 ex (CA, Malibu), Blue-and-yellow Macaw 10 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Chestnut-fronted Macaw 14 ex (FL, Dade County), Blue-crowned Parakeet 58 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale), Green Parakeet 552 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Crimson-fronted Parakeet 4 ex (FL, Dade County), Scarlet-fronted Parakeet 22 ex (FL, Dade County), Mitred Parakeet 265 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Red-masked Parakeet 153 ex (CA, San Francisco), White-eyed Parakeet 70 ex (FL, Dade County).

Northern Beardless-Tyrannulet 1 (AZ, Nogales and Tucson Valley; TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Greater Pewee 1 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon, Patagonia, Santa Catalina Mountains, Salt-Verde Rivers and Tucson Valley; TX, Brazoria-Columbia Bottomlands), Western Wood-Pewee 1 (UT, St. George), Least Flycatcher 4 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora), Hammond's Flycatcher 16 (AZ, Patagonia), Gray Flycatcher 45 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Dusky Flycatcher 8 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Pacific-slope Flycatcher 2 (AZ, Dudleyville), Black Phoebe 632 (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Eastern Phoebe 680 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Say's Phoebe 186 (CA, Sherman Island), Vermilion Flycatcher 301 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Ash-throated Flycatcher 9 (AZ, Gila River and Salt-Verde Rivers), Great Crested Flycatcher 54 (FL, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary), Brown-crested Flycatcher 1 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains; TX, Chaparral W.M.A.), Great Kiskadee 209 (TX, Harlingen), Tropical Kingbird 43 (TX, Harlingen), Couch's Kingbird 57 (TX, Kingsville), Cassin's Kingbird 283 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Thick-billed Kingbird 1 (CA, San Diego; CO, Grand Junction), Western Kingbird 23 (FL, Clermont), Eastern Kingbird 1 (TX, Attwater Prairie Chicken N.W.R.), Scissor-tailed Flycatcher 33 (TX, College Station), Fork-tailed Flycatcher 2 (LA, Sweet Lake-Cameron Prairie N.W.R.).

Loggerhead Shrike 212 (FL, Peace River), Northern Shrike 12 (AK, Anchorage; ID, Juliaetta-Lower Potlatch River), White-eyed Vireo 124 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Bell's Vireo 1 (AZ, Lake Pleasant; CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula and Salton Sea [north]; LA, Baton Rouge, Sweet Lake-Cameron Prairie N.W.R. and Venice; TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Gray Vireo 5 (AZ, Ajo-Cabeza Prieta N.W.R.), Yellow-throated Vireo 23 (FL, Kendall Area), Plumbeous Vireo 14 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Cassin's Vireo 13 (AZ, Salt-Verde Rivers), Blue-headed Vireo 128 (FL,     Gainesville), Hutton's Vireo 86 (CA, Oakland), Warbling Vireo 1 (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Hawaii Elepaio 70 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Oahu Elepaio 2 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu and Waipi'o), Gray (Northern) Jay 101 (AK, Fairbanks), Black-throated Magpie-Jay 8 (CA, San Diego), Green Jay 171 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Pinyon Jay 1297 (UT, Zion N.P.), Steller's Jay 434 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Steller's (Coastal) Jay 316 (CA, Oakland), Blue Jay 1746 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Florida Scrub-Jay 26 (FL, Cocoa), Island Scrub-Jay 315 (CA, Santa Cruz Island), California Scrub-Jay 710 (CA, Folsom), Woodhouse's Scrub-Jay 435 (NV, Truckee Meadows), Mexican Jay 199 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Black-billed Magpie 1374 (MT, Bozeman), Yellow-billed Magpie 216 (CA, Sacramento), Clark's Nutcracker 139 (MT, Bozeman), American Crow 51,500 (IL, Middle Fork River Valley), Northwestern Crow 713 (AK, Cordova), Fish Crow 6800 (FL, Lakeland), Hawaiian Crow 2 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Chihuahuan Raven 263 (NM, Caballo), Common Raven 1448 (CA, Lancaster).

Sky Lark 36 (HI, Maui: Haleakala N.P.-Pu'u O Kaka'e), Horned Lark 13,260 (NV, Fallon), Northern Rough-winged Swallow 390 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Purple Martin 7 (FL, Sarasota), Tree Swallow 13,000 (FL, Cocoa), Violet-green Swallow 247 (CA, Moss Landing), Barn Swallow 180 (CA, Salton Sea [south]), Cliff Swallow cw (WA, East Lake Washington), Cave (Texas) Swallow 60 (TX, Laredo), Carolina Chickadee 732 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Black-capped Chickadee 2491 (MN, Duluth), Mountain Chickadee 886 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Chestnut-backed Chickadee 824 (CA, Palo Alto), Boreal Chickadee 535 (MN, Two Harbors), Bridled Titmouse 110 (AZ, Patagonia), Oak Titmouse 622 (CA, Folsom), Juniper Titmouse 50 (AZ, Sedona), Tufted Titmouse 1119 (MA, Concord), Black-crested Titmouse 232 (TX, Love Creek), Tufted x Black-crested Titmouse (hybrid) 194 (TX, Austin), Great Tit 4 ex (WI, Sheboygan), Verdin 603 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Bushtit 1895 (OR, Portland), Red-breasted Nuthatch 497 (MA, Truro), White-breasted (Eastern) Nuthatch 913 (MA, Concord), White-breasted (Pacific) Nuthatch 333 (CA, Folsom), White-breasted (Interior west) Nuthatch 158 (CO, Denver), Pygmy Nuthatch 1042 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Brown-headed Nuthatch 272 (GA, St. Catherines Island), Brown Creeper 125 (OR, Portland).

Rock Wren 58 (AZ, Carefree and Lake Pleasant), Canyon Wren 72 (NM, Los Alamos), House Wren 235 (FL, Gainesville), House (Brown-throated) Wren 1 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Pacific Wren 205 (OR, Portland), Winter Wren 67 (MD, Bowie), Sedge Wren 427 (TX, Aransas N.W.R.), Marsh Wren 261 (CA, Benicia), Carolina Wren 847 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Bewick's Wren 301 (OR, Portland), Cactus Wren 206 (AZ, Carefree), Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 1000 (FL, Lakeland), California Gnatcatcher 83 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Black-tailed Gnatcatcher 203 (AZ, Tucson Valley), American Dipper 33 (AK, Anchorage), Red-vented Bulbul 214 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), 65 ex (TX, Houston [Central]), Red-whiskered Bulbul 32 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), 116 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Golden-crowned Kinglet 898 (WA, Seattle), Ruby-crowned Kinglet 846 (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Japanese Bush-Warbler 12 (HI, Lana'i; Lana'i City), Wrentit 355 (CA, Año Nuevo), Japanese White-eye 311 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), 418 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Chinese Hwamei 9 (HI, Hawai'i: Hilo), Red-billed Leiothrix 83 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), White-rumped Shama 43 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Eastern Bluebird  552 (SC, Hilton Head Island), Western Bluebird 1112 (CA, Sonoma Valley), Mountain Bluebird 1020 (OK, Kenton [Black Mesa]), Townsend's Solitaire 631 (CO, Penrose), Omao 72 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Hermit Thrush 241 (CA, Marin County [southern]), Wood Thrush 1 (TX, Harlingen), Clay-colored Thrush 7 (TX, Laredo), American Robin 25,000 (FL, Crystal River), Varied Thrush 511 (WA, Cle Elum).

Gray Catbird 700 (FL, Long Pine Key), Curve-billed Thrasher 201 (AZ, Carefree), Brown Thrasher 46 (AL, Wheeler N.W.R.), Long-billed Thrasher 47 (TX, Corpus Christi), Bendire's Thrasher 15 (AZ, Gila River), California Thrasher 114 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Le Conte's Thrasher 3 (AZ, Gila River; CA, Anza-Borrego Desert), Crissal Thrasher 32 (AZ, Gila River), Sage Thrasher 8 (NM, Santa Rosa), Northern Mockingbird 776 (CA, Wallace-Bellota), Common Hill Myna 2 ex (FL, Kendall Area), European Starling 608,858 (CA, Sacramento), Common Myna 969 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), 17 ex (FL, Kendall Area), American Pipit 2580 (CA, Sherman Island), Sprague's Pipit 17 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Bohemian Waxwing 13,200 (AK, Anchorage), Cedar Waxwing 3607 (TX, Buffalo Bayou), Phainopepla 373 (AZ, Carefree), Olive Warbler 7 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains), Lapland Longspur 5442 (KS, Dodge City), Chestnut-collared Longspur 328 (OK, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge), Smith's Longspur 70 (OK, Tishomingo N.W.R.), McCown's Longspur 330 (TX, Amarillo), Snow Bunting 3103 (MN, Roseau), McKay's Bunting 14 (AK, Nome).

Ovenbird 10 (FL, South Brevard County), Worm-eating Warbler 3 (FL, Long Pine Key), Louisiana Waterthrush 1 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands; FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.; TX, San Marcos), Northern Waterthrush 40 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Blue-winged Warbler 1 (FL, Long Pine Key and West Palm Beach), Black-and-white Warbler 121 (FL, Gainesville), Prothonotary Warbler 1 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Tennessee Warbler 2 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Orange-crowned Warbler 272 (CA, San Diego), Lucy's Warbler 1 (CA, Santa Barbara), Nashville Warbler 5 (CA, Santa Barbara), MacGillivray's Warbler 1 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Common Yellowthroat 700 (FL, Long Pine Key), Hooded Warbler 1 (LA, Grand Isle), American Redstart 53 (FL, Kendall Area), Cape May Warbler 13 (FL, Kendall Area), Northern Parula 159 (FL, Kendall Area), Tropical Parula 1 (TX, Corpus Christi and Victoria), Northern/Tropical Parula 2 (TX, Harlingen), Magnolia Warbler 3 (FL, Dade County, Long Pine Key and West Palm Beach), Bay-breasted Warbler 1 (NM, Albuquerque; SC, McClellanville), Blackburnian Warbler 1 (CA, San Francisco; FL, Ten Thousand Islands).

Yellow Warbler 19 (FL, Key Largo-Plantation Key), Yellow Warbler (Mangrove) 17 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R.), Chestnut-sided Warbler 1 (CA, Oceanside-Vista-Carlsbad), Blackpoll Warbler 1 (OH, Cuyahoga Falls; VA, Back Bay N.W.R.), Black-throated Blue Warbler 16 (FL, Kendall Area), Palm Warbler 1100 (FL, Gainesville), Palm Warbler (Western) 450 (FL, Long Pine Key), Palm Warbler (Yellow) 12 (MD, Chesterville), Pine Warbler 550 (FL, Avon Park A.F. Range), Yellow-rumped Warbler (Myrtle) 4000 (FL, Matanzas), Yellow-rumped Warbler (Audubon's) 3007 (CA, Orange County [northeastern]), Yellow-throated Warbler 65 (FL, Gainesville), Prairie Warbler 97 (FL, Kendall Area), Black-throated Gray Warbler 18 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Townsend's Warbler 225 (CA, San Francisco), Hermit Warbler 2 (CA, Crystal Springs), Black-throated Green Warbler 16 (FL, Kendall Area), Rufous-capped Warbler 3 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Golden-crowned Warbler 1 (TX, Weslaco), Wilson's Warbler 8 (CA, Orange County [coastal]; TX, Brazoria-Columbia Bottomlands and Harlingen), Painted Redstart 12 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Yellow-breasted Chat 7 (RI, Napatree, RI-CT-NY).

Red-crested Cardinal 198 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Saffron Finch 708 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), White-collared Seedeater 2 (TX, Del Rio and Laredo), Bananaquit 1 (FL, Crocodile Lake N.W.R.), Rufous-winged Sparrow 95 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Botteri's Sparrow 3 (AZ, Appleton-Whittell), Cassin's Sparrow 9 (AZ, Buenos Aires N.W.R.), Bachman's Sparrow 8 (FL, South Brevard County), Grasshopper Sparrow 94 (FL, Long Pine Key), Baird's Sparrow 1 (AZ, Patagonia and Portal; NM, Peloncillo Mountains), Henslow's Sparrow 19 (LA, St. Tammany Parish), Le Conte's Sparrow 42 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Nelson's Sparrow 30 (GA, Harris Neck N.W.R.), Saltmarsh Sparrow 13 (NJ, Cape May), Seaside Sparrow 84 (LA, Grand Isle), Olive Sparrow 22 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R.), American Tree Sparrow 1502 (OH, Wooster), Chipping Sparrow 2615 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Clay-colored Sparrow 8 (TX, West Kerr County), Black-chinned Sparrow 14 (NM, Peloncillo Mountains), Field Sparrow 405 (OK, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge), Brewer's Sparrow 745 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Black-throated Sparrow 247 (AZ, Portal), Five-striped Sparrow 2 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Lark Sparrow 273 (CA, Panoche Valley), Lark Bunting 857 (AZ, Avra Valley), Fox Sparrow 331 (OR, Airlie), Fox (Red) Sparrow 36 (NY, L.I.: Queens), Fox (Sooty) Sparrow 267 (CA, Tall Trees), Fox (Thick-billed) Sparrow 7 (CA, Putah Creek), Fox (Slate-colored) Sparrow 10 (CA, Mount Hamilton Rio Cosumes).

Dark-eyed Junco 2974 (OR, Eugene), Dark-eyed (Slate-colored) Junco 1607 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Dark-eyed (cismontanus) Junco 6 (CO, Fort Collins), Dark-eyed (Oregon) Junco 2881 (OR, Corvallis), Dark-eyed (Pink-sided) Junco 179 (CO, Denver), Dark-eyed (White-winged) Junco 10 (CO, Denver), Dark-eyed (Gray-headed) Junco 431 (CO, Denver), Dark-eyed (Red-backed) Junco 11 (AZ, Prescott), Yellow-eyed Junco 82 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains), White-crowned Sparrow 3594 (CA, Sherman Island), White-crowned (leucophrys) Sparrow 6 (IA, Southeast Clayton County), White-crowned (oriantha) Sparrow 1 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains), White-crowned (Gambel's) Sparrow 613 (CA, Salton Sea [north]), White-crowned (pugetensis) Sparrow 137 (CA, Tall Trees), Golden-crowned Sparrow 1602 (CA, Moss Landing), Harris's Sparrow 575 (KS, Quivira N.W.R.), White-throated Sparrow 4066 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Sagebrush Sparrow 117 (NM, Sevilleta N.W.R.), Bell's Sparrow 73 (CA, China Lake), Bell's (Belli) Sparrow 45 (CA, Carrizo Plain), Bell's (canescens) Sparrow 30 (CA, Butterbredt Spring), Vesper Sparrow 579 (AZ, Buenos Aires N.W.R.), Savannah Sparrow 3192 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Savannah (Ipswich) Sparrow 34 (NJ, Barnegat), Savannah (Belding's) Sparrow 109 (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Savannah (large-billed) Sparrow 1 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Song Sparrow 1547 (OR, Portland), Lincoln's Sparrow 303 (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Swamp Sparrow 1454 (TN, Duck River), Canyon Towhee 97 (AZ, Portal), Abert's Towhee 485 (AZ, Gila River), California Towhee 526 (CA, Oakland), Rufous-crowned Sparrow 82 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Green-tailed Towhee 66 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Spotted Towhee 527 (OR, Eugene), Eastern Towhee 252 (MS, Strawberry Plains), Rustic Bunting 1 (AK, Sitka).

Hepatic Tanager 12 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Summer Tanager 6 (CA, San Diego), Scarlet Tanager 1 (WI, Green Bay), Western Tanager 32 (CA, San Diego), Northern Cardinal 1801 (OH, Wilmot), Pyrrhuloxia 152 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Rose-breasted Grosbeak 3 (FL, Dade County), Black-headed Grosbeak 1 (CA, Santa Barbara; TX, Coastal Tip and Freeport), Blue Grosbeak 2 (AZ, Nogales; LA, Palmetto Island), Lazuli Bunting 60 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Indigo Bunting 32 (FL, West Palm Beach), Painted Bunting 55 (FL, Fort Pierce), Dickcissel 2 (MA, Greater Boston; RI, Newport County-Westport).

Red-winged Blackbird 731,935 (TX, Trinity River Audubon Center), Tricolored Blackbird 3960 (CA, Sherman Island), Western Meadowlark 2353 (CA, Lincoln), Eastern Meadowlark 514 (TX, Attwater Prairie Chicken N.W.R.), Eastern Meadowlark (Lilian's) 14 (AZ, Chino Valley), Yellow-headed Blackbird 7855 (CA, Sherman Island), Rusty Blackbird 1856 (IL, Jackson County), Brewer's Blackbird 47,728 (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Common Grackle 518,215 (IL, Mermet Lake, Massac County), Boat-tailed Grackle 11,243 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Great-tailed Grackle 19,369 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Bronzed Cowbird 1061 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Brown-headed Cowbird 56,413 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Orchard Oriole 2 (CA, San Diego), Hooded Oriole 4 (TX, Harlingen), Bullock's Oriole 17 (CA, San Diego), Spot-breasted Oriole 5 (FL, Kendall Area), Altamira Oriole 26 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Audubon's Oriole 5 (TX, Uvalde County), Baltimore Oriole 24 (FL, Gainesville), Scott's Oriole 11 (CA, Morongo Valley).

Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch 243 (AK, Homer), Black Rosy-Finch 327 (WY, Crowheart), Brown-capped Rosy-Finch 200 (NM, Angel Fire-Eagle Nest), Pine Grosbeak 485 (MN, Aurora), Maui Alauahio 2 (HI, Maui: Haleakala N.P.-Pu'u O Kaka'e), Apapane 726 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Iiwi 72 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Akiapolaau 3 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Hawaii Amakihi 127 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Hawaii Amakihi (Maui) 49 (HI, Maui: Haleakala N.P.-Pu'u O Kaka'e), Oahu Amakihi 22 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Hawaii Creeper 6 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Hawaii Akepa 4 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), House Finch 3466 (CA, Sherman Island), Purple Finch 143 (CA, Santa Cruz County), Cassin's Finch 130 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Red Crossbill 226 (AK, Kodiak), White-winged Crossbill 1195 (AK, Fairbanks), Common Redpoll 1343 (AK, Fairbanks), Hoary Redpoll 18 (AK, Shageluk), Pine Siskin 3493 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Lesser Goldfinch 1185 (CA, Auburn), Lawrence's Goldfinch 495 (AZ, Nogales), American Goldfinch 1290 (MA, Concord), European Goldfinch 1 ex (WI, Racine), Island Canary 795 (HI, Midway Atoll), Yellow-fronted Canary 365 (HI, Hawai'i: Hilo), Evening Grosbeak 454 (NY, New Woodstock-Southern Highlands), House Sparrow 3107 (WI, La Crosse), Eurasian Tree Sparrow 1061 (IA, Burlington), Southern Red Bishop 4 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Orange-cheeked Waxbill 5 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Common Waxbill 1509 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Red Avadavat 7 (HI, Hawai'i: Hilo), African Silverbill 357 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Scaly-breasted Munia 603 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u), Chestnut Munia 1080 (HI, Kaua'i: Waimea), Java Sparrow 514 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Pin-tailed Whydah 37 ex (CA, Orange County coastal]).

118th CBC correction:  Change Wilson’s Phalarope 11 (CA, Putah Creek) to 2 (TX, Coastal Tip).

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